Hey my friend! As you know, I am currently sharing my thoughts, observations, and experience as a woman who chose to have career in the Tech industry. Here’s part four, the last part!
I have a dream
The most common question you get asked being a woman in tech is “what’s your vision for this industry ahead, specifically for women?”
I think a good to aim for is a world where we won’t have the need to have these “Women in Tech” panels or topic anymore. It’s just not a thing anymore.
Jump in, try it out, you won’t feel like fish out of water. Being a woman in tech is not a big deal. Having women in tech is a big deal.
Resources, inspiring folks and communities
- girls generation (apa itu yg crystal)
- geek girls
- Python Ladies?
May the fourth be with us.
About this series
Being in Tech, and being a woman, I’ve been asked a lot to share about my experience… as woman in Tech.
I have to admit it is a slight nuisance because I consider my gender to be the least interesting aspect of my career. I then realised I haven’t spent much deliberate time thinking about it. Which means that I haven’t done my best to use my voice and power to make positive impact in this direction.
So, I decided to share my current thoughts, observations, and experience as a woman who chose to have career in the Tech industry.
I decided to split it into a couple of posts so it’s more easily digestible. Trying to chew slower and savour more things in life!
- Why I got into Tech
- A lens
- It’s the norm
- So what do I need to do?
- Why do we self sabotage?
- Ask and you’ll get (?)
Part 4 (you are here)
- I have a dream
- May the fourth be with us. Resources, inspiring folks and communities